Hornady 450 Marlin Brass For Sale
450 Marlin Brass Description
450 Marlin Brass Packed per 50
Hornady spends more time and care making their cases, and they only make them in small batches. This is the only way to make sure that each case meets their high standards for quality. Hornady cases are very uniform in their wall thickness, weight, internal capacity, primer pocket, and flash hole, which makes them great for reloaders. They measure to make sure the walls are always the same distance apart, and they even put their cases through a pressure calibration test to make sure they all expand the same amount. Last, each case is checked by hand.
How does this make you feel? Setting the bullet correctly not only in the case but also in the barrel. Consistent charges and pressures. In the end, it means getting the best speed and accuracy every time.
The extra time and work Hornady puts in gives you another perk. You’ll be surprised by how many more reloads you can get out of their cases than out of most other cases. It gives you a reason to reload that case and try for an even better shot the next time.
Some reloaders think of brass as a commodity that should be bought in large quantities at the lowest price possible, no matter how good it is. At Hornady, they think of brass as the base for what could be the best shot you ever take. Reload with a case that you can always count on. Look for a stamp that says “Hornady.” No risk, guarantee for life.
450 Marlin Brass Preparation:
When you buy bulk rifle brass, you might find that a few of the case mouths are “out of round” or have a small dent below the shoulder. After the case mouth has been annealed, the last step of tumbling wash causes these flaws. Brass manufacturers are aware of how the case looks and have tried to fix it, but dents may still happen because of how the equipment is made.
Small dents are usually taken care of in the first firing and won’t affect the performance or life of the case. On brass that isn’t plated, the anneal stain might not be completely polished off, which can make the neck of the case look pink. You may notice that the mouths of some smaller caliber cases have a slight bell shape.
First, you should straighten out the case and the mouth of the case. Then, you should chamfer and smooth the inside and outside of the mouth of the case.
To straighten the case mouth, run the case partway through the sizer die and let the expander ball straighten the brass. Make sure to grease the neck of the case inside the case mouth so that it doesn’t stretch.